Rakesh Karmacharya, MD

Rakesh Karmacharya, MD, PhD

Psychiatry Boston, MA

Assistant Professor, Psychiatry-Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School


Office Address

  • Center for Human Genetic Research
    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Boston, MA 02114
    Phone: (617) 726-2066
    Fax: (617) 726-0830

Rakesh Karmacharya, MD, PhD

Psychiatry Boston, MA

Assistant Professor, Psychiatry-Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Clinical Specialties & Interests

  • Psychiatry: General Psychiatry

Education & Training

  • Harvard Medical SchoolHarvard Medical School
  • Massachusetts General HospitalMassachusetts General Hospital
  • McLean Hospital
  • McLean Hospital
  • Massachusetts General HospitalMassachusetts General Hospital
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva UniversityAlbert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Yale UniversityYale University
  • Harvard Univeristy

Certifications & Licensure

  • MA State Medical LicenseMA State Medical License2004 - 2017
  • American Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyPsychiatry

    Publications & Presentations

    PubMed

    Journal Articles

    • Nonequilibrium Solvation and Quantum Kramers Problem: Proton Transfer in Aqueous Glycine  Karmacharya R, Antoniou D, Schwartz SD, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2001
    • Patient-Derived iPSCs as a Model for Schizophrenia  Berkovitch SS, Iaconelli J, Karmacharya R, Journal of Stem Cell Research & Regenerative Medicine, 2001
    • Quantum Proton Transfer Coupled to a Quantum Anharmonic Mode  Karmacharya R., Schwartz SD, Journal of Chemical Physics, 1/1/1999

    Books/Book Chapters

    • Wnt Signaling in Development and Disease: Molecular Mechanisms and Biological Functions Chapter: Neuropsychiatric Disease-associated Genetic Variation in the Wnt Pathway Page 393 - 410
      Haggarty SJ, Singh K, Perlis RH, Karmacharya R
      Editors: Hoppler S, Moon RT.John Wiley & Sons, Inc, Hoboken, NJ, USA.
      2014
    • Wnt Signaling in Development and Disease: Molecular Mechanisms and Biological Functions Chapter: Wnt Signaling in Mood and Psychotic Disorders. Page 379 - 392
      Haggarty S, Singh K, Perlis RH, Karmacharya R
      Editors: Hoppler S, Moon RT.ohn Wiley & Sons, Inc, Hoboken, NJ, USA.
      2014

    Grant Support

    • Wnt/Gsk3/Beta Catenin Signaling As A Target For Treatment Of Bipolar DisorderNational Institute Of Mental Health
      2011 - 2011
    • Wnt/Gsk3/Beta Catenin Signaling As A Target For Treatment Of Bipolar DisorderNational Institute Of Mental Health
      2010 - 2011

    Hospital Affiliations

    Links

    • Karmacharya Labhttp://www.massgeneral.org/psychiatry/research/pngu_bio_Karmacharya.aspx
    • Harvard Catalysthttps://connects.catalyst.harvard.edu/Profiles/display/Person/23952
    • Biographyhttp://scholar.harvard.edu/karmacharya/biocv
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